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    Usually, your battery sends a signal whenever you're starting the engine. If your battery is low on power, then the alarm will go off whenever you turn on your car. Think of it as the car letting you know that it's time to replace it.29 Jan 2020
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  • Why is the anti-theft light blinking?

    The Anti-theft Light in the dash of your car should flash periodically to show that the system is engaged and active. You have to lock the doors of the car (without it running) for the alarm to engage.15 Dec 2015
  • How do I know which style is my car?

    The back of your car should have the manufacturer's name on one side and the model on the other side. Plus, the car maker's logo is usually on the front and back of your car. The make and model of the vehicle is usually located on the cover of the owner's manual. Or, it can be found within its first few pages.6 Feb 2022
  • How much does it cost to install an immobiliser?

    A good rule is that if the car is at home but you are out, make sure all the keys are with you. $220 is the recommended retail price, depending on your choice of product. This includes installation, a minimum two years warranty and GST.
  • How much does it cost to reset immobiliser?

    The average cost to fix a car immobilizer is around $300, including parts and labor.
  • What do the categories mean on damaged cars?

    A Scrap – complete vehicle crushed without any components being removed. B Break – body-shell/chassis crushed without any structural components being removed. S Structurally damaged but repairable. N Non-structurally damaged but repairable.

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